Proceedings of International Conference on Business, Management and Economics
The Determinants of Employee Performance
Jhon Veri , Elfiswandi and Muhammad Ridwan
The success or failure of an organization is determined by the human element who does the work, so that an employee needs to be treated well so that the employee remains passionate about work. Organizational leaders are required to treat employees well and view them as human beings who have needs, both material and non-material.Organizational leaders also need to know and try to meet the needs of employees, so that employees can work according to organizational expectations. This study aims to identify and analyze the efforts that can be made in order to increase employee morale because it needs to be empirically proven the factors that influence employee performance. In this study the number of samples used was 41 employees. Thetechnique used in sampling is a census method that is based on questionnaire distribution, the data used is primary data. Data analysis method uses quantitative methods using Smart PLS.3 software. The results of testing the hypothesis found that Leadership Style has a significant effect on Employee Performance when mediated by high Employee Motivation so that the implications of this study are to improve leadership style in carrying out tasks and responsibilities in work such as fair, contribute positively and improve leadership training so that in making decisions more easily, and applying idealized influence, inspirational motivation, intellectual simulation and individualized consideration, the leadership style will also increase and have a positive effect on improving employee performance.
Keywords: Leadership Style, Work Motivation, Employee of Performance.